How to buy Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games tickets internationally
If you've been wondering, "When do 2020 Olympic tickets do on sale?", wonder no more.
Tickets for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, which will be celebrated in the Japanese capital from 24 July to 9 August, have now been released to international fans.
This follows the ticket lottery for Japan-based fans, which opened on 9 May and ran until 28 May.
Country-by-country Olympics 2020 tickets sales
Around 30 per cent of the expected 7.8 million Games tickets have been reserved for international spectators, with Tokyo 2020 organisers keen that the "vast majority" of tickets go to local fans.
This first phase of international ticket sales is being run by Authorised Ticket Resellers, or ATRs. Each National Olympic Committee (NOC) has been assigned an ATR, and fans must purchase their tickets through the ATR in their nation of residence.
Demand is expected to be high. Games organisers had to extend the ballot registration period for Japanese fans, with over 7.5 million registrations and more than 24 million hits received on the ticketing website.
Every NOC has been allocated a certain number of tickets to meet the expected demand.
Sales periods will differ between ATRs for each nation, so fans should check with their ATR for exact dates.
Tokyo 2020 ticket prices
To know how much Olympic tickets are, you'll have to check with the ATR in your nation as Tokyo 2020 ticket prices will vary between ATRs. Each ATR will set its own pricing for their tickets.
In Japan, half of all tickets were priced at 8,000 yen (approximately US$70) or less, with the cheapest general tickets priced at 2,500 yen (US$23).
There are also special tickets priced at 2,020 yen (US$18) to mark the Games year.
The most expensive tickets for the Opening Ceremony and Closing Ceremony cost locals in excess of 220,000 yen (US$2,030), while athletics remained the most expensive sport, with the men's 100m final featuring tickets priced at 130,000 yen (US$1,200).
Further 2020 Olympics tickets sales
After this stage of sales, further tickets will be made available in Japan in the 'first come, first served' phase in autumn 2019.
Last-minute sales will begin in spring 2020, and international residents outside Japan will then be able to purchase tickets alongside Japanese fans on Tokyo 2020's official ticket website at the prices set for the Japanese market.
The last-minute sales will also be available from physical official ticket box offices across Tokyo.